Java examples for Language Basics:Bit

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- And operation on bit
- Gets the integer represented by a bit string (as an array).
- gets the specified bit to a byte value
- sets the specified bit to a value
- circular Bit Shift Left
- circular Bit Shift Right
- create Default Monochrome Bitmap Converter
- decode From Bitmap
- encode To Bitmap
- Set Bit
- set Bit for long value
- get Bit from long value
- Returns a newly constructed array containing the indices of the non-zero bits.
- Sets bit at index in bits to zero.
- clear Bit Mask
- Returns masked bits of value (i.e.
- True if bit at index in bits is one.
- True if all bits in mask are set in bits .
- Sets bit at index in bits to one.
- Sets a range of bits to specified value.
- Sets all bits in mask in bits (i.e.
- a perhaps curious method: b is a reference set, perhaps all atoms in a certain molecule a is the working set, perhaps representing all displayed atoms For each set bit in b: a) if a is also set, then clear a's bit UNLESS b) if a is not set, then add to a all set bits of b Thus, if a equals b --> clear all if a is a subset of b, then --> b if b is a subset of a, then --> a not b if a only intersects with b, then --> a or b if a does not intersect with b, then a or b In "toggle" mode, when you click on any atom of the molecule, you want either: (a) all the atoms in the molecule to be displayed if not all are already displayed, or (b) the whole molecule to be hidden if all the atoms of the molecule are already displayed.
- Sets the bit specified by the index to false.
- Returns the value of the bit with the specified index.
- Returns the index of the first bit that is set to true that occurs on or after the specified starting index.
- Sets the bit at the specified index to true.
- Answer with a bitmap equivalent to the hexadecimal string supplied
- Convert an integer into a six bit binary string.
- get Random Unset Bit
- long value most Significant Bit
- Reads a decimal value as a IEEE-11073 16-bits float from ByteBuffer
- Reads a decimal value as a IEEE-11073 32-bits float from ByteBuffer
- Get the maximum value for the number of unsigned bits.
- Counts the number of bits set in an integer n.